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Internet Arcade

The Internet Arcade is a web-based library of arcade (coin-operated) video games from the 1970s through to the 1990s, emulated in JSMAME, part of the JSMESS software package.

Containing hundreds of games ranging through many different genres and styles, the Arcade provides research, comparison, and entertainment in the realm of the Video Game Arcade.

  The game collection ranges from early "bronze-age" videogames, with black and white screens and simple sounds, through to large-scale games containing digitized voices, images and music. Most games are playable in some form, although some are useful more for verification of behavior or programming due to the intensity and requirements of their systems.

  Many games have a "boot-up" sequence when first turned on, where the systems run through a check and analysis, making sure all systems are go. In some cases, odd controllers make proper playing of the systems on a keyboard or joypad a pale imitation of the original experience. Please report any issues to the Internet Arcade Operator, Jason Scott.

If you are encountering issues with control, sound, or other technical problems, read this entry of some common solutions.

Also, Armchair Arcade (a video game review site) has written an excellent guide to playing on the Internet Arcade as well.


Below are a suggested collection of games that run at proper speed in a powerful browser. (Firefox is currently the fastest environment, although other browsers should work as well.)

 

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Date Archived
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Internet Arcade
449,982
18
1
The Three Stooges, fully titled as The Three Stooges in Brides is Brides on the title screen, is a 1984 arcade game by Mylstar Electronics. It is based on the comedy act of the same name. Gameplay The game features digital voice samples. At the start of the game, up to three players control Moe Howard, Larry Fine and Curly Howard. Players must help the Three Stooges find their fiancees, Cora, Nora and Dora, who were kidnapped by the Mad Scientist. In all rooms, players must find the three...
( 1 reviews )
Internet Arcade
by Sega
418,629
14
1
Astro Blaster is a shoot 'em up arcade game released by Sega in 1981. The player controls a ship (bearing a resemblance to the Battlestar Galactica) which can fire and move left or right. The player must continuously monitor the onscreen temperature and fuel gauges; if the ship overheats, its weapon is disabled, and if it is depleted of fuel, the vessel itself explodes. The player must battle through waves of enemies, which attack with varied formations and flight patterns. When a wave is...
( 1 reviews )
Internet Arcade
by Williams
415,504
47
6
Defender is an arcade video game developed and released by Williams Electronics in February 1981. A shooting game featuring two-dimensional (2D) graphics, the game is set on a fictional planet where the player must defeat waves of invading aliens while protecting astronauts. Development was led by Eugene Jarvis, a pinball programmer at Williams; Defender was Jarvis' first video game project and drew inspiration from Space Invaders and Asteroids. Williams planned to display the game at the...
( 6 reviews )
Internet Arcade
by Sega
403,086
57
1
( 1 reviews )
Internet Arcade
by Stern Electronics
399,758
23
4
Berzerk is a multi-directional shooter video arcade game, released in 1980 by Stern Electronics of Chicago. The player controls a green stick man. Using a joystick and a firing button that activates a laser-like weapon, the player navigates a simple maze filled with many robots, who fire lasers back at the player character. A player can be killed by being shot, by running into a robot or an exploding robot, coming into contact with the electrified walls of the maze itself, or by being touched...
( 4 reviews )
Topics: arcade, stern, stern electronics, maze, shooter, speech, Berzerk Franchise
Internet Arcade
by Comsoft
396,457
11
0
Battle of Atlantis is a scrolling shooter arcade game released by Game World Manufacturing / Comsoft in 1981, similar to "Scramble". It was designed and programmed by Andy Thomason. Gameplay The mission of the game is to finish the six tables (levels) by shooting enemies. Through all six tables, build up your bonus by blowing-up the fuel tanks. Table 1 : Avoid and destroy the floating mines. Table 2 : Exploding sharks appear as well as the destroyers. Table 3 : A cavern where...
Internet Arcade
by Irem (Memetron license)
391,956
2
0
Climb around lattice of pipes to deactivate power switches for main computer while avoiding robots. Jump on generators to send out disrupters and kill robots. Game Play Five level vertically scrolling platformer. Climb around a lattice of conduits while avoiding robots. Kill robots by jumping on generators and sending out disrupters. Each generator has a limited number of disrupter shots. Normal robots can become super robots by passing through generators. Super robots can only be destroyed...
Internet Arcade
by Valadon Automation (Stern Electronics License)
391,398
14
1
Bagman is a platform arcade game released by Valadon Automation in 1982. It was also licensed to Stern for U.S. distribution in the same year. This game was also released (in form of unofficial conversions) for the Amstrad CPC, Commodore 64 and ZX Spectrum home computer systems in 1984 as Gilligan's Gold; it is known in France as Le Bagnard. Gameplay The objective of the game is to maneuver the bagman through various mine shafts, picking up money bags and placing them in a wheelbarrow at the...
( 1 reviews )
Internet Arcade
by Sanritsu / Sega
387,982
12
0
Bank Panic is an arcade game developed by Sanritsu and manufactured by Sega in 1984. West Bank is a clone of the game, released on several platforms. Game description The player assumes the part of an Old West sheriff who must protect a bank and its customers from masked robbers. The layout of the bank is implicitly a circle with twelve numbered doors and the player in the center. The player can rotate to the left or right and view three doors at a time. The doors will open to reveal a customer...
Internet Arcade
by Centuri
384,816
2
0
Aztarac is a scrolling shooter arcade game using vector graphics that was released by Centuri in 1983. It was developed by Tim Stryker. Summary The player is the commander of an intergalactic race of mutant humans. Their mode of transport is a tank and its turret is controlled independently. This allows the player to move in one direction while shooting in another. Their mission is to guard various space outposts from hordes of incoming enemy ships. Each level will have several outposts all...
Internet Arcade
by Taito Corporation (Fox Video Games license)
383,271
2
0
Bio-Attack is a vertically scrolling shoot 'em up arcade game released by Taito in 1983. Here, you control a ship through a human's body while shooting viruses. It was licensed by Fox Video Games, as it is based on the 20th Century Fox film, Fantastic Voyage.
Internet Arcade
by Tong Electronic
380,677
1
0
Game Play Turn the three-sided walls to create a six sided cell, trapping a bee inside. Do not trap yourself or you die. If the queen bee comes into the maze, she will move the walls and lay eggs. Eat the eggs to become energized before they hatch into more bees. When you are energized you can kill bees, which is just as good as trapping them. Do not touch a bee otherwise because they will kill you.
Internet Arcade
by Williams / Vid Kidz
375,819
3
0
Blaster is an arcade game developed by Eugene Jarvis and released by Williams in 1983. The game is a 3D shooter set in outer space and is a quasi-sequel to Robotron: 2084. The objective is to shoot enemies and avoid obstacles in twenty differently-goaled levels in order to reach paradise. The game had advanced graphics at the time of release, that used scaled sprites to display the impression of three dimensional worlds and asteroid fields. Story According to the opening demo: "The year is...
Internet Arcade
by Sega
370,732
13
0
Carnival is a fixed shooter arcade game created by Sega in 1980. It has the distinction of being the first video game with a bonus round. The goal of the game is to shoot at targets, while carefully avoiding running out of bullets. Three rows of targets scroll across the screen in alternating directions; these include rabbits, ducks, owls, and bonus items. If a duck target crosses the bottom row without being shot, it will come to life and begin flying down toward the player. Any ducks that...
Internet Arcade
by Coreland / Sega
370,047
0
0
A matator fights against a bull by waving his cape to lure the bull and then stab him with the sword. Sometimes two extra bulls enter the ring to make things more interesting.
Internet Arcade
by Alpha Denshi Co.
369,732
4
3
Champion Baseball (チャンピオン ベースボール?) is a 1983 baseball arcade game developed by Alpha Denshi and published by Sega. The game was a sophisticated sports game for its time, displaying the playfield using multiple camera angles, including a close-up shot of the batter and pitcher, and giving players the option of selecting relief pitchers or pinch hitters, while an umpire looks on attentively to make the game calls. The game became very popular in Japanese arcades when...
( 3 reviews )
Internet Arcade
by Kaneko
366,987
0
0
You are a man who must collect a set of keys on a level with several floors. You can jump between floors using springboards, which gives you an advantage over your enemies, who must use ladders to climb between floors. You must also use those in order to decend to a lower floor. Later levels add touches such as a ski slope you must ascend while avoiding the enemies. Hitting them from below will put them out of action.
Internet Arcade
by Orca
364,604
0
0
Internet Arcade
by Bootleg
361,456
24
1
Crazy Kong (クレイジーコング Kureijī Kongu?) is an arcade game created by Falcon, released in 1981 and is similar to Nintendo's Donkey Kong. Although commonly mistaken as a bootleg version, the game is officially licensed for non-US markets[1] and is based on different hardware. The game retains all of the gameplay elements of Donkey Kong, but has all of the graphics redrawn and re-colorized. Crazy Kong is also known as Congorilla, Crazy Kong Part II, and Monkey Donkey. There are two...
( 1 reviews )
Internet Arcade
by Universal
359,862
4
0
You fly over mountain tops and through caves dodging enemy space ships and missiles fired from the ground. Cosmic Avenger is a 1981 arcade game developed and published by Universal. Legacy Cosmic Avenger was ported to the ColecoVision video game console. Wes Hupp holds the official record for this game with 117,290 points on November 17, 1982. Reception Mark Bussler from Classic Game Room notes that Cosmic Avenger is the first continuous horizontal side-scrolling space shooter (though it is...
Internet Arcade
by Sega
358,895
10
0
Congo Bongo (J: Tip Top (ティップタップ Tippu Tappu)) is an isometric platform arcade game released by Sega in 1983. The game has come to be seen as Sega's answer to the highly successful Donkey Kong game that was released two years prior. The player takes the role of a red-nosed safari hunter who tries to catch an ape named "Bongo". The hunter seeks Bongo to exact revenge for an apparent practical joke in which Bongo set fire to the hunter's tent, giving him a literal...
Internet Arcade
by Sega
357,997
0
0
Champion Boxing (チャンピオンボクシング?, "Boxing Champion") is a 1984 boxing sports arcade game developed and published by Sega for the arcades, and later ported to the Sega SG-1000 the following year, only in Japan and Europe. It was Sega-AM2 founder and leader Yu Suzuki's debut creation, along with AM7's Rieko Kodama.
Internet Arcade
by Williams
352,340
55
2
INSTRUCTIONS Joust is a platforming game where the player controls a yellow knight riding a flying ostrich or stork, from a third-person perspective. Using the two-way directional joystick and the button for flapping the ostrich's wings, the player flies the knight amidst the floating rock platforms and above pools of lava; when maneuvering off the screen to either side, the player will continue its path reappearing from the opposite side. The rate at which the player repeatedly presses the...
( 2 reviews )
Internet Arcade
351,913
37
2
Indiana Jones and The Temple of Doom is a 1985 action arcade game developed and published by Atari Games, based on the 1984 film of the same name, the second film in the Indiana Jones franchise.[2] It is also the first Atari System 1 arcade game to include digitized speech, including voice clips of Harrison Ford as Indiana Jones and Amrish Puri as Mola Ram, as well as John Williams' music from the film. Gameplay The player assumes the role of Indiana Jones as he infiltrates the lair of the evil...
( 2 reviews )
Internet Arcade
by Universal
349,538
0
0
Cheeky Mouse was an arcade game released by Universal Games in 1980. Gameplay Try to hit the mouse with a hammer when it comes out from one of the holes in the wall. The mouse will try to get from its hole to the cheese on the other side of the house.
Internet Arcade
by Taiyo (Taito license)
348,732
1
0
Internet Arcade
by Olympia (Centuri license)
347,229
5
0
You control a gun that shoots at tanks and other enemies.
Internet Arcade
by Universal
346,519
3
0
This is an early vertical space shooter game. You must destroy all aliens and a special monster that sometimes appears on the screen. Cheats / Tricks / Bugs / Easter Eggs If you destroy all the smaller aliens but one, that last alien will turn into the 'special monster' - a giant gargoyle which is named Bagle. Bagle will then dive bomb the player. Bagle can be destroyed after one hit, as he's really only faster and bigger than the smaller aliens. Game Play Fight the three types of aliens that...
Internet Arcade
by Taito
345,295
2
0
Colony 7 is an arcade shooter game by Taito Corporation released in 1981 that is in many ways a combination of two of the most popular shoot 'em up games of the time, containing elements of both Taito's own Space Invaders and Atari's Missile Command. The main innovation of Colony 7 was its extended weaponry arsenal. This gave the player the choice to change between several different weapons, with each one needing to be purchased separately as microtransactions through the arcade coin slot.
Internet Arcade
by Sega
345,095
0
0
You control a tank that shoots at airplanes.
Internet Arcade
by Taito America Corporation
340,616
2
0
Internet Arcade
by Century Electronics
340,127
2
1
Destroy swarms of aliens and asteroids. If there are too many enemies on the screen, use the time warp to slow all your foes down.
( 1 reviews )
Internet Arcade
by Nasco Japan
339,312
3
0
A golf game from Sega; with a follow up called Crown Golf in Hawaii
Internet Arcade
by Alpha Denshi Co. / Kurai Electric, Ltd.
338,867
4
0
Make Trax, known in Japan as Crush Roller (クラッシュローラー Kurasshu Rōrā) is a 1981 arcade game originally developed by Alpha Denshi and published by Kural Samno in Japan. It was later licensed for North American release to Williams and in Europe to Karateco and Exidy. Make Trax is a maze game similar to Sega's Head On and Namco's Pac-Man, in which the player controls a paintbrush and must paint the entire layout in order to advance to the next stage. Two fish — one yellow, the...
Internet Arcade
by Mylstar
338,799
4
0
Standard one or two player no-frills baseball game.
Internet Arcade
by Universal
337,411
0
1
Left Right movement shooting at invaders who are approaching from either side to 'steal' your men from the middle and march off with them.
( 1 reviews )
Internet Arcade
by Bally/Sente
336,852
1
0
Internet Arcade
by Century Electronics
333,507
0
0
Defend yourself from horizontally moving aliens who fire on your ship. Defend your fuel tanks from walking machines who fire missiles into the air. Technical: The game has a voice simulation. As it was created in 1981, the quality of the voice is not all that great but for the time it was an inovative attempt to stand out.
Internet Arcade
by Stern Electronics
332,952
0
1
A 3-D space adventure game that takes place on a mysterious planet. Prevent enemies from building bases. Game Introduction The game is viewed through a three-inch tall slit in the front of the cabinet. The blue colored objects (your ship and enemy ships), appear to float at the top level of the terrain. The filters used for the 3-D effect make the layers appear about three inches apart from each other. Game Play You thrust and fire like Asteroids, but you can also "laser" the enemies...
( 1 reviews )
Internet Arcade
by Bally Midway
332,262
15
2
Discs of Tron is the second arcade game based on 1982 Disney film Tron. Description While the first Tron arcade game had several mini-games (Gridbugs, Light Cycles, entering the MCP cone and Digital tanks), Discs of Tron is inspired by the Jai alai sequence in the original 1982 film in which Kevin Flynn is forced to play against Crom, leading to Crom being "derezzed" by Sark. Tron is also introduced later, as Flynn witnesses him competing against (and defeating) four of the MCP's...
( 2 reviews )
Internet Arcade
by Gremlin
331,424
1
1
Depthcharge is a single-player arcade game released in 1977 by Gremlin Industries for the Sega VIC Dual system board. Taito licensed the game and released it as Sub Hunter in Japan. The game, which uses a black-and-white CRT display, presents the player with a cut-away view of a section of ocean, on the surface of which is a destroyer with submarines passing beneath it. The player drops depth charges (up to six at a time) to destroy the submarines and moves the ship back and forth in order to...
( 1 reviews )
Internet Arcade
by Century Electronics
331,404
0
0
Collect bananas while avoiding monsters; a cross between Pac-Man and Donkey Kong Junior. The game contains some voice simulation.
Internet Arcade
by Universal
330,711
1
0
A spaceship fights against wave after wave of alien demons.
Internet Arcade
by Vision / Artic
329,456
0
0
You control a doggie that must set fish as bait for the squids.
Internet Arcade
by Sega
328,243
2
0
From the Digger Manual: DIGGER is a new Gremlin/SEGA game that requires you to dig strategically placed holes within a maze format so you can capture and fill in over the invading creatures before they can attack and destroy your man. You maneuver your man around the maze with a four-directional joystick. Two push-button controls are used for your shoveling action: one, for the DIG function and another for the FILL function. The maze format changes with every round played. DIGGER is a Gremlin...
Internet Arcade
by Zaccaria
327,380
0
0
A maze game where the player controls a car which erases dots by running over htem while avoiding a head on collision with another car.
Internet Arcade
by Bally Midway
326,084
0
0
Domino Man is a 1983 arcade video game released by Bally Midway. It is one of the few video games that features the ragtime piece, Maple Leaf Rag by Scott Joplin as the game background music. Gameplay The player controls Domino Man, a bespectacled, balding artist wearing a beat-up turtleneck sweater and sporting a mustache. The player attempts to set up a number of giant dominoes across the screen. The main goal of Domino Man is to set up a domino on every site marked by a black dot. Meanwhile,...
Internet Arcade
by Universal
325,098
3
0
Mr. Do's Wild Ride is the third game in Universal's Mr. Do! arcade series, although it was originally titled Go! Go! Coaster and did not involve Mr. Do!. Mr. Do!'s Wild Ride, was released in 1984. Gameplay Mr. Do!'s scenario is a roller coaster, and the object is to reach the top. As the cars (and eventually other objects) speed around the track, you must escape by using a super speed button, or by climbing up small ladders scattered about the track. Two icons at the end of the level range from...
Internet Arcade
by General Computer Corporation (Atari license)
324,438
12
2
Food Fight (also styled as Charley Chuck's Food Fight) is an arcade game released by Atari in 1983. The player guides young Charley Chuck, who is trying to eat an ice cream cone before it melts, while avoiding four chefs bent on stopping him. In Food Fight, the player controls a young boy named Charley Chuck. The object of the game is to eat an ice cream cone located on the opposite side of an open playfield. The ice cream is slowly melting, and must be consumed before it melts completely....
( 2 reviews )
Internet Arcade
by Universal
323,666
0
0
This is the fourth and last game in the series where Mr. Do! must collect dots and fruit on a multi-level platform while avoiding pursuing monsters. Enclose the dots to change them to fruit for more points or release traps to crush the monsters or use your power ball to eliminate them. Pick up the letters hidden amongst the fruit to spell 'EXTRA' to receive an extra Mr. Do! Cheats Throw your powerball in a narrow space so it will bounce more. The more bounces it completes before hitting a...
Internet Arcade
by Gremlin
321,921
1
0
Eliminator was a multi-directional shooter space combat game, created and released by Sega of Japan in 1981. This space shooter game, which was similar to the monochrome Star Castle, was notable for its color vector graphics, and for allowing cooperative as well as competitive multiplayer gameplay. It is also the only four-player vector game ever made. Players pilot a space ship around the playfield (space) and must destroy alien drones. The ultimate goal is to evade and destroy the Eliminator,...
Internet Arcade
by Taito America Corporation
321,858
0
0
Internet Arcade
by Gremlin
320,614
2
0
Frogs is a single-player action / platform arcade game released by Sega-Gremlin in 1978. It is the first video game with a jumping character (predating Donkey Kong by 3 years), which by some definitions could make it the first platform game. The player controls a frog on lilypads and attempts to catch (with the frog's tongue and while jumping) various insects (butterflies and dragonflies) worth different amounts of points in a set amount of time. Frogs is one of the first arcade games to...
Internet Arcade
by Orca / Thunderbolt
319,932
0
0
A very good Xevious clone with some elements of star force.
Internet Arcade
by Stern Electronics
317,769
5
1
Frenzy was an arcade game published by Stern Electronics in 1982. It was a sequel to the hit 1980 arcade game Berzerk. Frenzy followed the basic paradigm set by Berzerk: the player must navigate a maze full of hostile robots. The goal of the game is to survive as long as possible and score points by killing robots and travelling from room to room. The game has no end other than the player losing all of his or her lives. The player has a gun with which to shoot the robots, and simple...
( 1 reviews )
Topics: arcade, stern, stern electronics, maze, shooter, speech, Berzerk Franchise
Internet Arcade
by Zilec Electronics
317,563
0
0
Description A vertical space battle game where the player controls a ship at the bottom of the screen and fires at various enemy ships, alien creatures and even the mother ship. Game Play After the mother ship is hit four times a refueling ship comes across the screen that you must thrust up and dock with. You have to avoid all the "stars" while doing so and hit precisely at the docking point. You only get one chance at the passing refueling ship. The game then goes back to the first...
Internet Arcade
by Digitrex Techstar (Rock-Ola license)
317,133
1
0
Eyes is an arcade game released in 1982 by Rock-ola. Objective The player is an eye traveling through a maze. The goal is to shoot all the dots to advance to next level. Computer eyes chase and try to shoot at the player. Shooting a computer eye will earn points and remove it from the level, but it will reappear a short time later. Being shot by a computer eye is fatal. As the game progresses, more computer eyes are added to levels and they take less time to shoot at the player. They also move...
Internet Arcade
by Exidy
316,857
3
0
A first person perspective submarine game where the object is to sink the enemy fleet or submarine while protecting your own fleet. Two players can play competively, each trying to sink the other's fleet or sub. Cabinet Infomation: The cabinet has a vertical devider allowing each player to only see their side of the video screen, although an onlooker standing behind the game could see both sides. Game Play: Each player's half of the screen is sub-divided into three sections. The top of the...
Internet Arcade
by Atari Games
316,646
32
4
Paperboy is a 1984 arcade game by Atari Games. The players take the role of a paperboy who delivers newspapers along a suburban street on his bicycle. Paperboy was innovative for its theme and novel controls. The player controls a paperboy on a bicycle delivering newspapers along a suburban street which is displayed in a cabinet perspective (or oblique projection) view. The player attempts to deliver a week of daily newspapers to subscribing customers, attempts to vandalize non-subscribers'...
( 4 reviews )
Internet Arcade
by Taito
316,332
0
0
A paddle attempts to score a field goal Game Introduction: Your paddle must rebound the ball to make it hit hte blocks which look like football helmets.
Internet Arcade
by Taito
316,083
2
0
Internet Arcade
by Sega
314,123
4
0
Flicky (フリッキー) is an arcade game made by Sega. First released in arcades in 1984, Flicky was also released at the time for the SG-1000, and then ported to the MSX and Japanese computers Sharp X1, Fujitsu FM-7 and NEC PC-8801. It was later ported to the Sega Mega Drive/Genesis in 1991. Flicky was designed by Yoji Ishii, who was with Sonic Team until August 1999, when he formed Artoon, his own company. Gameplay In the game, the player controls Flicky, a flightless bird who has to save...
Internet Arcade
by Gottlieb
312,787
47
2
Q*bert /ˈkjuːbərt/ is an arcade video game developed and published by Gottlieb in 1982. It is a 2D action game with puzzle elements that uses "isometric" graphics to create a pseudo-3D effect, and serves as a precursor to the isometric platformer genre. The object is to change the color of every cube in a pyramid by making the on-screen character hop on top of the cube while avoiding obstacles and enemies. Players use a joystick to control the character. The game was conceived by...
( 2 reviews )
Internet Arcade
by Cinematronics
311,665
1
0
A man trapped in the Arctic tries to make his escape armed only with a flamethrower and a jetpack. He must remember to recharge his flamethrower and jetpack by collecting gems.
Internet Arcade
by Sega
311,038
7
0
Hang-On (ハングオン Hangu On?) is an arcade game released by Sega in 1985. It is the world's first full-body-experience video game. In the game, the player controls a motorcycle against time and other computer-controlled bikes. It was one of the first arcade games to use 16-bit graphics and Sega's "Super Scaler" technology that allowed pseudo-3D sprite-scaling at high frame rates. The game was also built into some versions of the Sega Master System. The title is derived from when...
Internet Arcade
by Status Games
310,031
3
0
Internet Arcade
by Atari Games
308,545
19
4
Marble Madness is an arcade video game designed by Mark Cerny, and published by Atari Games in 1984. It is a platform game in which the player must guide an onscreen marble through six courses, populated with obstacles and enemies, within a time limit. The player controls the marble by using a trackball. Marble Madness is known for using innovative game technologies. It was Atari's first to use the Atari System 1 hardware and to be programmed in the C programming language. The game was also one...
( 4 reviews )
Internet Arcade
by Bally/Sente
308,447
3
0
Hat Trick is an ice hockey based arcade game released by Bally Sente in 1984. Each team in the game consists of two players, including a goaltender. The game takes an overhead view of the rink. At the end of each game, an ice resurfacer is seen cleaning the ice. Gameplay Hat Trick features a two-on-two version of ice hockey. The player controls both hockey players at the same time, with each up and down movement of the joystick also moving the goaltender across his goal line. Goals are scored...
Internet Arcade
by Bally/Sente
308,350
0
1
Keep the ball from getting past you, try and get it past your opponent. Game Introduction: The game screen is split, top and bottom. It is a 3d view lookup up at your own player from behind. Player one sees themselves on the top screen and sees the opponent in the distance. The lower screen shows the game from the computer or player two point of view. Game Play: One to three balls will begin in the centre of the playfield. When it comes towards you, get in front of it to kick it towards your...
( 1 reviews )
Internet Arcade
by Century Electronics / Seatongrove Ltd
307,997
1
0
Internet Arcade
by Taito Corporation
305,233
2
0
Great Swordsman (グレートソードマン?) is a 1984 fighting arcade game developed by Allumer and published by Taito. Gameplay In Great Swordsman, one or two players can play while taking turns. Players control with two-way joystick and three buttons with different hit levels. Each for creating different level attacks. Like in Data East's Karate Champ, buttons must be held. If they are released, the players' characters will revert to their standing animation. Moves can be defended against...
Internet Arcade
by Stern Electronics
304,414
1
0
Internet Arcade
by Videa
303,636
1
1
( 1 reviews )
Internet Arcade
by Century Electronics
303,565
0
0
Hunchback is an arcade game developed by Century Electronics in 1983. The player controls Quasimodo from the Victor Hugo novel The Hunchback of Notre Dame. The game is set on a castle wall. The player must cross the screen from left to right avoiding obstacles in order to ring the bell at the far right. Obstacles include pits which must be swung over on a long rope, ramparts which must be jumped (some of which contain knights with spears) and flying fireballs and arrows (to be ducked or...
Internet Arcade
by Universal
303,298
2
0